Air New Zealand plans to relaunch 14 international routes
between June 24 and July 9, the carrier announced Wednesday. Once resumed, the
airline will be operating 60 percent of its prepandemic international capacity
and will have three quarters of its international and domestic routes back up
and running, according to the carrier.
The routes to restart are between Auckland and each
Honolulu, Houston, Tahiti, New Caledonia, Adelaide, Cairns, Hobart and Sunshine
Coast; between Christchurch and each Gold Coast and Nadi; between Wellington
and Nadi; and between Queenstown and each Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.
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